A Confessional on Wheels: A Day in the Life of a Mexican Taxi
Al Jazeera
Bank robbers, burglars, house robbers, pickpockets, purse robbers. They choose to disclose their stories in order to feel some relief; a ride in the taxi is like medicine for them.
More Children and Families Are Being Arrested at Mexico's Northern Border
The U.S. Border Patrol arrested nearly 10,000 unaccompanied immigrant children and families caught illegally crossing the US border with Mexico in August, a 52 percent jump from August 2014.
Gay Tourism and Marketing in Focus at International LGBT Confex in Mexico
The Huffington Post
Trends in LGBT business practices - as well as social and political trends were hot topics during LGBT Confex, Mexico's largest international business forum, which celebrated its fifth annual convention this year in the city of Merida.
In Mexico, Without Corn There Is No Country
teleSUR English
Campesinos and other social movements are fighting to preserve the traditional crop against GMOs and Monsanto-developed corn, which represents the loss of food sovereignty and independent food production for Mexico.
Mexicali to Host Its First Ever World Baseball Classic
Los Angeles Times
In March, the border city will host a qualifying round for the WBC. Mexico will compete against the Czech Republic, Germany and Nicaragua, with the winner advancing to the 16-team championship field for the 2017 tournament.
Herb Alpert Revives The Tijuana Brass on New Album
VVN Music
This Friday Alpert releases the new album Come Fly With Me via his own HerbAlpert Presents label, which includes a retro sound that will be familiar for his fans from the 60’s.
Love Is in the Air: See Why Drones are Falling for Mexico City
Mexico City is quickly becoming the drone capital of Latin America. Now local filmmakers are using drones to capture the beauty of this mega metropolis, home to more than 20 million people.
Missing Students' Families to Mark One-Year Anniversary with Hunger Strike
Family members of 43 missing students who went missing last year announced an upcoming hunger strike to mark the first anniversary of their disappearance.

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